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of the 3- year-old and rue day who is visiting butler's orchard. his mom is a gardener herself. >> all of my geraniums are dieing and i have to water them every day on. >> reporter: the butler family has been watering, too. the irrigation is laying the ground work for next year's strawberries. >> we need to get our strawberry plants nice and healthy this time of the year. they're making their fruit buds now in september and early october for next year's crop. >> reporter: in the places where they not watering, you see dry, cracked earth. and it's certainly not a situation where the crops are wiped out but there will be a reduced you'll. for example, a vine that would have had eight pumpkins on it will have five instead. butler's has 20 acres of pump kins. >> and there are pumpkins coming. the orange ones, they're soft and need to cure more. >> reporter: while he likes the beautiful blue skies, a hot, dry summer made things difficult. >> and 10 miles away, you know neighbors would say we got an inch of a rain. >> reporter: the heavy winter snow melted slowly making for a successful spri
by takg liz crenshaw's energy quiz. >>> and lindsay czarniak takes former wizards' star, ron butler, to one of her favorite lunch spots. her mom'souse. any vacation we want? with our chase ultimateewards we can go anywhere. how about snorling? how about camping? anywhere. welcome to ultimate rewards. maybe skiing? the rewards ogram that lets you go anywhere... let's go there. anytime. no black outs. no restrictions on airfare and hotels. ultimate rewards is available on chaseredit, debit and business cards. chase what matters. >>> driveners alexandria won't need to dig for change to fund the parking meter. are coming to old town and they'll take credit cards. drirs will also pay more for parking. the city council's approved the 75 cent rate increase. it means drivers will pay $1.75 per hour to park >>> well, we know saving energy is good for the environment, but it's of course also good for your wallet. and you may not realize that some things aound your home are eating up more energy and money than you realize. liz crenshaw has a quiz from savingadvice.com that may help cut down yo
by taking liz crenshaw's energy quiz. >>> and lindsay czarniak takes former wizards' star, caron butler, to one of her favorite lunch spots. her mom's house. >>> driveners alexandria won't need to dig for change to fund the parking meter. are coming to oldown and they'll take credit cards. drivers will also pay more for parking. the city council's approved the 75 cent rate increase. it mea drivers will pay $1.75 per hour tpark. >>> well, we know saving energy is good for the environment, but it's of course also good for your wallet. and you may not rlize that some thgs around your home are eating up more energy and money than you realize. liz crenshaw has a quiz from savingadvice.com that may help cut down your power bill. >>> ♪ >> reporter: if the television is on an average of seven hours a day, how much does it cost to run that tv every month? any idea, $12.50, how much a month. >> $17.50. >> reporter: th answer is $17.50 a month. here's the next question, what is the family's largest hot water expense? is it doing laundry? doing dishes? bathing? or watering the garden? what's your
out why caron butler still considers d.c. h home over to me a great fashion story is about taking what's out there and making it work for my readers. at the magazine, 'm all about helping them get the looks for less. that's j.maxx. my assistant says, "isn't that all last season's fashions?" no way! t.j.maxx workseals directly with designers. that's how they can do it. this full-time fashionista... is really a maxxinista! t.j.maxx. check us o on facebook for a chance to win a 500 dollar spping spree! >>> in d.c., there's a new lunchtime trend that's aimed at lobster lovers. you don't need a lot of cash or even reservations. but as aaron gilchris found you do need internet access. >> 77. >> reporter: move over maryland crab, the stree of washington are being overrun with lobster love. >> yum. >> reporter: hundreds of people are lining up for a taste of maine on wheels. >> it's like an adventure you never know where they'll be. >> reporter: the lobster truck first rolled into the district this past mmer, stomachs haven't stopped growling since. >> the description of the succulent lobster
. butler races up to the redskins three. 14-0 just 6:12 into the nothing the redskins trailed. in the second quarter redskins trail 14-3. donovan mcnabb finds moss 29 yards for the touchdown. redskins cuts the deficit to 14- 10. late first half,
into the mouth of 3-year-old andrew day. he's visiting butler's orchard. andrew's mom katherine is a gardener herself. >> my geraniums are dying and i have to water them every day on the porch. >> reporter: the butler family has been watering, too much the irrigation you see here is laying the groundwork for next year's strawberries. >> we really need to get our strawberry plants nice and healthy this time of year because they're making their fruit buds now in september and early october for next year's crop. >> reporter: in the places where they aren't watering you see dry cracked earth. it's certainly not a situation where the crops are wiped out, but there will be a reduced yield. for example, a vine that would have had eight pumpkins on it will now have five instead. butlers have 20 acres of pumpkins. >> there's pumpkins coming, a couple nice ones on this vine, orange ones, still a little soft. so they need to cure a little bit more. >> reporter: while wade butler likes these beautiful blue skies, a hot dry summer has made things difficult. >> even just 10 miles away a neighbor would say
butler a 70-year-old college professor, there is his picture, after airport security discovered a suspicious metal canister in his luggage. and it turns out he has done it before. rush low from our fox affiliate wsvn has the story from miami international airport. >> mr. butler, thomas butler, mr. butler, mr. butler, do you want to say anything? >> here he is, the man at the center of miami international airport's evacuation thursday night and we're there to greet him. 70-year-old scientist thomas but the is in no mood to talk. he is released by the fbi after hours of questioning. this after investigators found a metal canister in his luggage. here's the video of the scene at m.i.a. thursday night. most of the airport is shut down. inconvenience for passengers and a scare for investigators. here are snapshots of the bomb squad at the airport. one after the other telling this story, four of six concourses cleared out. >> t.s.a. did an outstanding job of finding, again, you what was deemed suspicious. >> according to published reports, butler told investigators the canister was us
. >> interesting. > turning now to sports, and lindsay's mom is the one serving lunch with caron butler. >> the theme of this lunch is home. sincee was traded to the wizards in 2005, caron butler had become a fan favorite, known for his big plays on the crt. also for his habit of chewing straws during the game. when the gilbert arenas drama led a dismantling of the team. butler still considers this area home. he agroetd eed to catch me up o old life. so i took him to one of the best lunch spots around, my mom's kitchen. >> hi, caron. >> what are you make today? >> we are having fresh tomato basil soup. i hope you like that. chicken sandwiches, grilled chicken sandwiches in tear yak can i sauce. and key lime pie for dessert. >> do you like that? >> i'm in. >> you got traded to dallas in february. and for you, i would imagine it was a good situation obviously, you go to a playoff contender. was it a fresh page for you, did you feel like in your career? what was it like when you got there? >> it was fun. getting the warm welcome. and going over with guys i played with. >> deshawn. at the
live near the reservoirs. you may find some patchy fog. on 83 north of butler road, a little patchy fog forming. otherwise, we have the hour-by- hour forecast with a sunny afternoon and your normal at 7 . >> justin traffic is flowing nice around the major roadways. fortunately it is still very early. we have a disabled tractor- trailer there. the southbound lanes of delaney valley road, you'll see crews making repairs. there is water in the roadway so take it easy. drive times, no delays up and down the 95 corridor and southbound, only an 8 8 minute right. here on the beltway, we're all good. traffic is flowing very nice. no problems around 695. jamie back to you. >> it is the most popular sport for children. we have the details in this morning's health alert. >> and right now we want to look at more of the local races. >> in the republican primary for baltimore primary sheriff he will take him on in november. raymond has the lead 66% of the vote. >> and let's look at some of the other races. the republican primary for county executive david craig leading by 64%. fred silva behind with
their database and came up with that name dr. thomas butler traveling from the middle east. former law enforcement source telling fox that the container was, in fact, a legitimate experiment and that the u.s. attorney's office agreed there was no federal violation, adding that everyone involved today, including the doctor, was extremely cooperative throughout, jon. >> jon: what's this about the plague? >> well, a law enforcement source here in washington did not dispute to me today that there was a connection between the scientists detained in miami and this incident seven years ago in texas with missing violation of bubonic plague, which is a severe and highly contagious bacterial infection. a frantic search for the vials ended when dr. thomas butler admitted a, quote, misjudgment when he didn't tell his boss that the vials had been accidently destroyed. the allegations of smuggling and illegally transporting deadly germs were not proving at his trial but he was found guilty of mislabeling samples of the plague that eventually were sent to africa. butler claimed at the trial fbi agent
butler was released today after being detained by security last night. a suspicious item was found in his luggage after he arrived on a flight from the middle east. before the item was deemed safe four of miami's six concourses were shut down. butler is a world renowned plague researcher and in 2003 was convicted of illegally transporting the bubonic plague. >>> at home a wild chase ended up with a furniture store on lockdown. the fbi trying to stop two people wanted in connection with a carjacking in d.c. the driver ended up in cuffs and passenger bailed. he ran into the marlo furniture warehouse. the store was evacuated while they searched, couldn't find him. meantime a daycare next-door also went on voluntary lockdown. >> immediately i'm telling all the teachers you have to get the kids together, we locked the door and we're okay because we stayed prayed up. so we were okay. >> no one was hurt during the chase or the search. again the carjacking suspect still on run. >>> coming up next the cost of getting lost. guys, if you refuse to stop and ask for directions, you're costing yourself
-qualified were banned from roads at night? chris butler reports. >> after you pass your test, you have to deal with the road. >> it can potentially kill somebody. it is very serious. these young drivers ignore that fact. >> there are claims that many are not properly prepared, even for things like driving in the dark. to combat that, researchers think the driving ban should be considered for teenagers, along with stopping them from carrying on passengers. >> i think the old adage is, what if this happens to me? >> they believe that this would be unworkable. tony davidson's son was killed in an accident. >> they would not be able to carry any of their peers in their car. no one goes out with the intention of injuring or killing themselves, but that is what they are doing. >> and educating people about what can happen is an important lesson at this high school in leeds. but teenagers say this would stop them learning outside the classroom. >> it would stop us experiencing everything, learning from it, and making us better drivers. >> it is knowing those risks and the responsibility for all drive
. last april, a man was struck and killed on butler road, leaving his family devastated. >> impossible, unimaginable, difficult. very difficult to collect nearly six months later, his friends are trying to raise awareness. there is a ride this saturday at spring meadows farms and it will include three different businesses along with a cookout and other activities. for more information on his story, you cannot log onto our website, wbaltv.com. just click on local news. perhaps you are handing out the lunch money for school. here's a story that will affect what your kids eat at school. >> money may run out for the federal school lunch program 3 tracie potts is in washington with more on the story. >> what washington says -- congress wants to increase this by about 5 cents per meal. fairfax county loses 77 cents on every meal. >> we are already getting fruits and vegetables, whole grains. we are walking the walk picket this new bill would require the government to limit jump food -- to eliminate junk food. >> we're trying to ask the congress to find the will to help small children. >> it
and killed by a car on butler road in april. the ride was followed by a cookout. >>> gorgeous day to do anything outside. >> it really was. there was a lot going on. i had the honor of attending an event, miniature golf. we had a lot of people out there. mark viviano was out there. the bull dog was with us. i played with a wonderful family. i had a great time. tomorrow, we have a lot of events going on outside. the weather is going to change from today. before we get to that, this is where we topped out. we were at 91 degrees. that is our second day, straight in the 90s, and the third this week. now, as far as tomorrow goes, we're going below the averages. 75degrees, below that by tomorrow. it's still above average. 76in baltimore, even at 11:00 now. there are a lot of 70s out there. the only cool spot in the mountains in oakland. the winds have turned to the north. tomorrow they are turning around to the northeast. that will tap into cooler air for us. at the same time, the clouds are returning. few different parts to this storm system. one cold front went through for today. here's the
. donovan mcnabb found santana moss. but there goes the ball. james butler gathers and runs it all away to the skin's's 5. 5.the skins' donovan mcnabb capitalizes. he rolls and finds his favorite receiver, santana moss. touchdown for the redskins' 22 yards out. in the third quarter, mcnabb is a down to santana moss again. the skins unfortunately had to settle for a field goal. it was 16-14 grams at that point. kenneth darby broke tackles. there was one last shot for the skins in the fourth appeared it was picked off by bradley -- in the fourth. it was picked off by bradley. haynesworth gives us his look. >> they want to come in here and beat them. but they are and all of them -- but they are an nfl team, too. they get trapped picks. you cannot leave them off the hook. -- they get draft picks. you cannot leave them off the hook. we just did not capitalize. >> their quarterback showed a lot of poise. he made some plays there. it was a credit to them, keeping the ball away from us as much as they did. >> one of the biggest questions that came out of today's game is what happened to portis
and neighborhoods. they ranger in age from six-year-old dawn butler... are you a singer? are you a dancer? >> i'm a dancer. >> reporter: to college junior elena schulman. this has meant what to your life? >> i mean, it is my life. i'm one of the most positive people, and that's definitely a result of being in the happiness club, for sure. >> reporter: 20-year-old edward taylor, who grew up on chicago's south side, admits he thought twice about joining a club called happiness. >> i liked everything about it except the name so was, like, literally, i don't really want to get into it. >> reporter: it was too corny? >> yeah, it was. >> reporter: but now edward raps eloquent about believing in yourself. and staying out of trouble. the happiness club writes all its own songs. has recorded a music video. and performed at the white house christmas. but the real payoff for all this hard work comes off stage. over the last 10 years, every kid who has gone through this program has graduated and gone on to college. since 1992, 400 kids have found happiness in this club. >> i'm not saying you have to be yee
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. butler will take it from there, and i will rounded out. -- round it out. >> good afternoon, commissioners. my name is when kaplan, and it is a pleasure to be here today. -- gwen kaplan. note i am a two-term past president of this commission, and i was present when the small business commission went to being a full commission in 1998, so i am proud to see the good work that you have continued to do for smoak -- so many small businesses. my business itself is a direct marketing company on 16th street, ace mailing, walking distance from here, and i am pleased to be joined on the team from the buttner enterprise group, who is with us today, and randy, from an industrial company, who is not with us, but he is a native-american-owned business, and another who is very active in the asian american business community. .that person is on our team, as well as rick from a disabled veteran enterprise, an engineering company, so together, we really do form the rainbow correlation bringing our best to doyle drive. regina has been a tremendous supporter of us of all of our activities, and she has been wi
-old dawn butler -- are you a singer? a dancer? >> i'm a dancer. >> reporter: to college junior alana. this has meant what to your life? >> i mean, it is my life. i'm one of the most positive people and that's definitely a result of being in the happiness club, for sure. >> reporter: 20-year-old edward taylor who grew up on chicago's south side at minutes he thought twice about joining a club called happiness. >> i like everything about it except for the name. so i was like -- >> reporter: was it a little too corny? >> yeah, it was. >> reporter: now he raps about believing in yourself -- ♪ i don't know why i got to be something i'm not ♪ >> reporter: and staying out of trouble. ♪ all my life i tried to be nice ♪ >> reporter: the happiness club writes all its own songs, has recorded a music video and performed at the white house christmas. but the real payoff for all this hard work comes offstage. over the last ten years every kid who has gone through this program has graduated and gone on to college. since 1992 400 kids have found happiness in this club. >> i'm not saying, hey
. they were 1 for 15 third down conversion. hasselbeck to butler, wide open to make it 14-6 seattle. smith in accurate over throws crab tree pick and run back for touchdown san francisco did not get into the end zone they lose by a final of 31-6. smith finished with 225-yards passing and two interceptions. jason campbell under center they hope they have solved their futility on offence but cable discovered they are not quite ready for prime time. first quarter, young begs the hand off rolls out finds washington alone 66-yard touchdown. 7-3. tennessee. offensive line, swiss cheese, nails campbell on the blind side, cops it up, left tackle anderson, past him on that play. 17-3. second quarter, again, bull rush by jason, fourth is campbell, ball again raiders did recover campbell sacked four times also through an interception. next tennessee possession, johnson got to work. rush for over 2,000-yards last year. there is 76 right there. 24 and 3 tennessee 142-yards returning and two touchdowns, loan bright spot for the raiders. 150 combined yards, scores on a past, raiders lose 38 to 13 campbel
the issues. this is -- this is the existing building. as you can see, industrial butler, building. the d.r. requester's building is popping up in the background here. this is a rendering of the proposed project. we are -- we are looking at this as -- as kind of retaining the industrial character of what is there to some degree in terms of the simiified masking and the materials. there's the panels up here and cement fiber down below. also, importantly try -- trying to bring green to the neighborhood with this tral liss planted wall on the -- twrell liss planted on the south wall. you'll notice there's no windows or doors on the windows of these elevations. there's one new entry door over here. if we -- if we flip over to a section, through the exterior courtyard and a siteline study. you could see the extent of new glazing on the north side of the building. facing the yard. you could see the sightline and we have a -- this is 18th street out here. we have a new security gate going across, so in terms of line of sight and privacy concerns, there would be no visual connection. we also have
. >> ken: this will be the 6th at-bat for butler. he's 1 for 5. takes that breaking ball low and away. and that's slicing foul. after the game, stay tuned for the 9th news with bob jordan and jackie banks. jim ramsey with the weather, and rich king for all the sports highlights. 1 out, 1-1 the count. konerko playing behind maier. there's a chopper. 27th double play hit into by billy butler, and that will retire the side. so we will go to the bottom of the 9th. we need 6 to tie. diabetes testing? what else is new? you get the blood, hope it's enough, it's -- what's this? [ man ] new and improved freestyle lite® blood glucose test strip. sure, i'll try it, but -- [ beep ] wow. [ man ] yeah, that's the patented freestyle zipwik™ design. [ man #1 ] it's like it -- targets the blood. targets the blood. yeah, it draws it right in. the test starts fast. you need just a third the blood of onetouch®. okay. freestyle test strips. i'll take 'em. [ man #2 ] sure. call or click -- we'll send you strips and a meter, free. can't i just have these? [ man #2 ] freestyle lite test strips. call or c
airport. turns out that dr. thomas butler previously served two years in jail. he was convicted of swiping bacteria samples from texas tech back in 2003. butler was on his way home from teaching in saudi arabia where screeners spotted a canister buried inside his luggage and apparently looked like a pipe bomb but authorities determined it was a research tool so they're not pressing any charges. and those are your headlines, guys. >> all right. another big headline we've been following for you. of course, these jobs numbers, everybody is still concerned and going forward into the -- into these mid-term elections, not good news for the president. not good news for democrats this morning. if you missed what happened yesterday, of course, the unemployment rate up to 9.6%. that means 54,0 jobs lost and if you listened to the president yesterday, we mentioned those 54,000 jobs lost. it was noticeably absent from what the president had to say yesterday. take a listen. >> i want all americans to remind themselves there are better days ahead. even after this economic crisis. our markets remain the
at a security checkpoint. a source says police detained 70-year-old thomas butler but released him after they found a dangerous materials in his luggage. but was acquitted of illegally transporting the bubonic plague back in 1993. he was a professor at texas tech university. >> we reported the indonesian smoking toddler has kicked the habit. concern and anger were sparked among people around the world. the psychologist says the boy has now quit smoking. he says once he was removed from the environment where virtually everyone smokes and was given distractions like games and toys, the boy was able to quit. >> i think a lot of people are wondering what happens when he goes back into that environment, though. still ahead, we will detail the latest security features that facebook is offering. >> or your holiday travel plans still secure? what you should expect this labor day weekend. >> coming up, an event this weekend that will be fun, informative, and could change a life. >> as girl moves away from the mid atlantic coast, a strong cold front is set to move in from the mounds -- s earl move
, paul butler and steven volk following it for 12 years now. it has taken that much data to tease out what is in the system. >>shepard: is it possible to find out if there is carbon dioxide or an atmosphere, that sort of thing? >>guest: that is what we want to ask. figure out how to do it. there are lands that nasa has made for several decades to launch powerful new space telescopes to do the observations. the problem is the telescopes are difficult to build, they cost several billion and the current budget environment we cannot afford that but they are planning on developing the temperature to develop such a telescope so ten or 20 or 30 years from now we will see if the planet has life as we suspect. >>shepard: based on the distance to the star what is the thinking, or is there a way to calculate the surface temperature? >>guest: the distance of the planet from the star, and we can calculate if it was a wrong, it should be the temperature 60 degrees fahrenheit which is too cold for liquid water. but if the rock has atmosphere on it, and it has a greenhouse operating on it, that could
team in the locker room. d karen butler having lunch with lind -- >> now, a final check of the forecast. >> a betiful day. great weather for the election underway, too. a beautiful blue sky. looking to the northwest, sugarloaf mountain, where montgomery, and fredrick county meet. right now, we are in the 70s, near 80, nationalairport, more of the same tomorrow. including includes, a small chance of showers thursday evening. into the 80s on sunday and monday. we will see you tomorrow morning. >> thank you, tom. >> well, it isn't often that a football star scores a game-winning touchdown, and calls a fan in the stands the hero. that is what happened. >> i was sitting next to the head coach's wife. sh said, lisa, soone collapsed. >> i saw commotion down there. and being a nurse for 16 years, i said i should have see if i could help. >> he suffered a heart attack, and collapsed. thankfully, the nurse was in the crowd. he hopes to play football again next year. that is news for midday. tune in for news at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. until then, have a terrific say day. see you in the morning. the r
. >> reporter: bill butler's son tom was never found. >> feels like yesterday. >> reporter: nine years ago? >> right. feels like yesterday. >> reporter: dennis' son also died here. >> both emotional and basically terrifying, because i worked that day, i was on my way to the south tower when it came down, so, it's got -- i have -- and my son was never recovered, so -- it's even more emotional. >> reporter: i have a 12-year-old son, and i look at the four of you and i think, i couldn't bear it. i couldn't bear it. >> i can't bear it. people said to us, well, how do you feel now after nine years? haven't seen my son in nine years. that's all. >> reporter: so time doesn't heal all wounds. >> time does not mean a thing. >> reporter: bill, i know you have trouble breathing these days. is that because of the work down here at ground zero? >> certainly is. i was -- i was up and down the piles for those eight or nine months that we were here. the problems i have is from being here and i have no qualms. if this takes my life, so what? i was here for the boys and the people. >> repo
been arrested before for trying to import a deadly germ. butler was acquitted but he served two years for fraud. >>> there is a warning for travelers this holiday weekend. watch out for bedbugs, the national pest management association says there's been a dramatic increase in bedbugs in the united states. a popular travel website reports reports a surge in traveler complaints about bedbugs. >> we're finding bud bugs in budget establishments as well as resort establishments. >>> aol can put content on google you tube. analysts say the new deal is important to aol which is restructuring. >>> steve jobs is one of those applauding the bill signed yesterday by governor arnold schwarzenegger. jobs had lobbied for the measure which required the dmv to ask people if they want to be organ donors. jobs went to minnesota for an organ transplant because the list was too long in california. >>> the first targeted treatment for triple negative breast cancer. they discovered this type of cancer starts in a certain class of breast cells as opposed to stem cells. triple negative is the name for a tu
of jordan, 49ers, one 1 for 15 third down conversion. next play, hasselbeck, to butler, wide open in the end zone, make it 14-6 seattle. completely over throws crab tree. marcus who fought for interception. san francisco did not get into the end zone lose by a final 31- 6. smith finished with 225- yards and 2 interceptions. >> looking at the score board and see where it was at, it is mind boggling. i never thought it would happen. never. >> it did. with jason campbell under center raiders hope to have solved their futility problem on offence but cable discovered they are not quite ready for prime time first quarter, young takes the hand off rolls out finds washington all alone, 56- yard touchdown. left in the dust. washington, 7-3. tennessee, offensive line was swiss cheese. nails campbell on the blind side. coughs it up turns it over. let's ford get past him on that play. 17-3. full rush forces campbell to fumble gain raiders recover, campbell was sacked four timethrough an interception. tennessee possession, johnson got to work, rushed for over 2,000-yards last season got off to a great st
to this guy for four quarters, right? jason campbell picked off by butler. his day was done. tom cable says it was bradcowski for the second half. and darrin mcfad 11 coming up big. down to the four yard line and that would set up this. he finds luis murphy and 13-7 raiders. now in the fourth, rams driving and check this one by sam brad for the. -- sam bradford. he gets both feet in. the raiders would run out the clock and the raiders pull off a much-needed 16-14 victory. >> you always have to be ready when your time gets called. you never know when it can be. we were fortunate it came out the second half. we brought fine intensity and energy, and we did good things. >> i was surprise -- surprised. at the same time, it was a decision they made. i got to do what i got to do. >> we will find out more tomorrow who will start next week. we'll take a brief timeout. plays of the day on the deck and the giants putting serious lumber to the cow hide against the brewers. homerun derby when we continue. ring ring. progresso. i look great in my wedding dress with the help of your amazing light soups.
minutes there. we're only working one other accident, in reisterstown, dover road at butler road. >>> here's jim jim with a morning news update. >> the state elections administrator tells us she expects weather and a variety of close races to draw you to the polls today. linda lamone estimates 32% of eligible voters will turn out on this primary tuesday. among the races you will decide, the one for state's highest office. bob ehrlich against brian murphy for the republican nomination to take on governor martin o'malley in november. the man accused of running the operation of the black guerilla prison gang, todd duncan expected to plead guilty to a conspiracy charge. >>> more news and weather in 30 minutes. now back to new york. everyone knows a fee is a tax. you raised some taxes during that period, particularly the property tax as well as a lot of fee increases. as you know, there's a big difference between fees and taxes. but...they're the same. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. it's a tax. there's a big difference between fees and taxes. fees and taxes are one in the same. if it comes
what for delays due to an accident. -- butler road watch for delays. at 9 minute ride for 95 to the day effects. heading south on the day effects still moving well. l.s.i. traffic going away from us in the outer loop is your delight. we will switch over to the accident scene. it looks like a flat that has arrived. there in the process of clearing it. still some delays behind that. that is the latest for traffic. >> good morning, everyone. these will be nice and quiet for the morning commute. temperatures a little bit on the cool side right now. upper 60's of los 70's. 57 at the airport. 65 degrees at raw calock hall. we will have run go through, which you will hurdle -- we will have a front go through, which you hardly notice. the next chance for rain will be late thursday and into friday morning. right now it looks like a nice weekend with temperatures in the 80's. >> be sure to check the bottom of your screen for more information. we will see you back with anothe >>> 7:30 now on this tuesday morning, september 14, 2010. it is a lovely morning to be up and out early in the heart of mid
, drops back. he is intercepted by james butler. campbell benched at halftime. third quarter, the rams up by one. he is proving to be very, very capable. feeling the preure. he makes the most of it. throws louis murder physician open in the end zone. four yards scoring and the raiders take 13-7 lead. the ram trying to com from behind. there down nine. late in the fourth quarter. sam bradford with a quick throw. the line backer, he body slams him for the tackle. take a couple more looks at this. this is a guy that was on hard knocks. he used to be with the jet mclean goes wwe on him. 6'3", 225 pounds. the raiders beat the rams 16-14. moving now to baseball for a minute. cubs' rookie outfielder tyler colvin's season is over after a very scary incident. it happened in miami. if you have not seen this video, you'll want to watch it. it is pretty interesting. top of the second inning, the cubs catcher wellington castillo is up. hits the ball to left field. his bat though breaks. the sharn end of the broken bat. hits tyler colvin who is a run order third. hits him in the chest. punctures a hole
. thomas butler was found carrying a cannister of dead bacteria in his luggage. he was returning from the middle east. bomb squads were brought into the airport, but everything checked out fine and he was allowed to leave. turns out the cannister contains a medical experiment. tennessee, check out this ring and now, check out this cat. the cat looks innocent enough, right. at least you hear he knocked the $40,000 ring into the toilet. . >> i knew what happened. the cat plays all the time and jumps up and knocks stuff off and knocks it off into the toilet. . >> julie: the family calling in a plumber who tore up the whole back yard to look for the ring. and amazingly, it was found in the sewage pipe. it was apparently just one flush away from being gone for good. okay. don't pretend you don't know what this is. that's right, it's a hokey pokey. and more than 7,000 people showed up to try and break the world record, the old record had 4400 dancers, this group has more than 7,000 people putting their right foot in and right foot out. and doing the hokey pokey. and that's a fox watch acro
'm rosa parks. >> reporter: the photography club at butler global chart school, picked a role model, pretended they were the person and started clicking. famous musicians, famous athletes, even a famous local broadcaster. >> jim nantz. >> for monique, her choice was a no-brainer. >> i chose my person because she's aivil war icon. >> reporter: the fifth grader's mother worked with dr. heidt so she saw her awesome. >> it was awesome. she would stop just to say hello to me. >> reporter: jania had double inspiration. >> when i grow up, i want to be a basketball player. >> reporter: it wasn't really a game of dressup, before putting on the glasses or grabbing a trump trumpet, the students studied the peopl they admire d. >> i learned that she played the piano, skipped second grade and is 5'11" i liked it when i put on t dress, the coat. >> reporter: dressing like a person you'd like to be one day would have been fun enough. bu there was another part to the project. >> it was fun because i like to hit the button on camera. >> reporter: they were apparently just as comfortable behind the c
. >> . >> you will be going for your own private stay with a butler. >> we can't wait! >> in november. >> congratulations. we will send you off to the reception now, so enjoy that. we will meet you down there. we can't wait to see you. congratulations. >> thank you. >> let's go inside. amy is standing by. she has the headlines. good morning to you. >> good morning. congratulations to the couple. good morning, everyone. flood watches and warnings in effect from the east coast from south carolina to new hampshire with up to 9 inches of rain in some areas, part of the remnants of tropical storm, nicole. >>> tensions are rising between the u.s. and pakistan. pakistan says nato helicopter attacked a security post killing three pakistani troops and pakistan blocked a vital supply route for u.s. and nato troops. >>> prosecutors say the man who pleaded guilty to trying to set off a bomb in time square planned to detonate a second bomb later on. on wednesday, the government released a video showing what the time square bomb might have done had it exploded. he faces up to life in prison when he
airport has been released now. james butler is a 70-year-old american scientists. he was detained after airport screeners spotted a suspicious looking metal canister in his luggage. he had just flown in from the middle east. a database showed in 2003, he had been charged with illegally transporting the bubonic plague. he was acquitted of the charges. the canister he had with him was a legitimate science experiment. >>> a teenager has confessed to pointing a laser light into an airplane cockpit as it was landing at dulles airport on wednesday. the sheriff identified the 15-year-old as the possible culprit because he was one of several teenagers accused of pointing aÑi laser at passing cs last week. charges in that incident still are pending. >>> a lawmaker in maryland indicted on charges of bribery, conspiracy and extortion will step down as the budget chairman in the state senate. he will step aside until the legal issues are resolved. he is accused of illegally using his influence to help shopper, food, and pharmacies for the business dealings in the county. he took $245,000 from the
. one in bel air. bel air road, at medic road. then another in reisterstown. that one at butler road. apparently there was a delay behind that one. reisterstown road. saint thomas lane. and west mulberry at north arlington. 295, northbound slow from savage road to 175. that will only set you back about three minutes. there is a look at your beltway, drive times and speeds. a little heavier congestion, now that school is back in session. 20 miles an hour on the top side innerloop, between 83 and 95. there is a live look that way. and the west side, slow as usual. also on the inner loop. this traffic report is brought to you by subway. hurry into subway for breakfast. and try their new breakfast sandwich. like the breakfast egg white sandwich melt. subway, eat fresh. back over to you. >>> parts of texas, being pounded tonight as tropical storm hermine moves over the storm. right now, it is raising serious concerns about flooding as more powerful than initially expected. sandra hughes reports for wjz with the latest for the storm. >>> the storm blew up from a tropical depression to near
. a different theme at home. drought conditions starting to impact farmers. at butler's orchard, they're seeing fewer pumpkins on the 20 acres. for example, a vine that might have eight pumpkins on it has five. not good news with october and halloween approaching. >> the pumpkins come and there are a couple on this line. and orange ones are still a little soft. they need to cure a little bit more. >> and they using irrigation lanes. he knows the weather will never be perfect and there are always peaks and valleys. and don't we know that too well. >>> yeah. >> and talking about rain coming down the pike here, which we need. >> and we do nice day out there. a few clouds and sunshine as well and the clouds were bright. we're starting to see them moving in now, though, however, ahead of the system bridging us the rainfall and some things are changing. that is good news for the farmers and anyone concerned about the lawns and flowers, definite lit rain is a welcome site. temperatures near seasonal and sticking close to that and we now have our fourth hurricane of the season and that just happened. w
congressional district. it also involves erie, mercer, butler counties. the incumbent is kathy dahlkemper. she is the incumbent. she defeated a longtime republican incumbent in the big money race, probably the most expensive congressional race in the history of this district. hurt in -- her opponent is mike kelly who came out of a pretty -- crowded field in the primary. he did not win with a big percentage of the vote but ended up as the republican nominee. in this county because of the voter registration, it does have a bit of the democratic advantage. in the city, it is about 2.5 to one democrat voter registration. as you move south, it is a pretty heavily republican district and tends to be fairly conservative. one thing that will be interesting and has started to pop up in news stories is that -- whether kelly will be able to get the support in this area that he needs to win. a lot of people think you have to have support in the erie area to do that. he is putting a lot of resources into the area. he is a lot of people from the area heavily involved in his campaign. it seems that they are
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